A wintery shot of Henry Horn’s shingle mill in Eble taken in the early 1900s.
Before composite roofs, most roofs in this area were made from shingles. A shingle mill “was used to slice a section of log into tapered wedges to create shingles.
To see what these old machines looked like, just click HERE.
Photo courtesy of Lottie Shaefer Marrow, Ashford, Wash., & the SPC Historical Society.
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